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Re: Catalyst AGP Hotfix?

 
 
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      03-29-2009, 11:42 PM
"First of One" <root@127.0.0.1> wrote in message news:(E-Mail Removed) ...
> The hotfix is a standalone driver, sans CCC. So if you don't need CCC, you
> can just uninstall your current driver, then install the hotfix.
>
> The "hot" part denotes the driver didn't go through ATI's full QA testing
> cycle. Unless you have problems with your current "normal" driver, the rule
> of thumb is to avoid the hotfix driver.


"Hot" means a given fix or workaround was so important, the developer
decided it couldn't wait until the next scheduled driver release. Whether
hotfixes receive as much testing as other fixes depends on the individual
developer.



 
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